Latest Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Operator Is An Italian Special Forces Operative (VIDEO)

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Upon looking through the various packs players can purchase in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone, fans may have stumbled across a character by the name of Morte who wasn’t able to be obtained at the time. Now a full reveal of the character has arrived, giving details on the history of Morte as well as the person behind him.

Multiple DLC characters such as Mara and Marcus “Lerch” Ortega are based on real-life people. Mara is portrayed by gamer, gun enthusiast, athlete, and digital content creator Alex Zedra, while Lerch is portrayed by Tony Sentmanat, a real-life marine and former SWAT team member. The newest character, Morte, is a long time fan who is also an Italian author, actor, director, and multi-platinum singer. Upon meeting the developers, it seems that the superstar Fabio Rovazzi managed to convince the team to add him to the roster while at a sci-fi convention. Rovazzi explains that it has been a long-standing dream of his to be a character within the franchise and now that dream has come true.

Being a character in Call of Duty has always been a secret and impossible dream of mine. There are no words to describe the excitement of the opportunity to give my voice and my appearance to an operator. I also love the character tribute to the Italian Western tradition. When I think that millions of players will be able to play with my character, I feel flattered and satisfied beyond imagination.”

As far as the backstory of Call of Duty’s Morte is concerned, the character appears to be inspired by Italian spaghetti westerns. Morte’s real name is Sergio Sullo, a man who hoped to become a police officer but was unable to after being put in jail. Instead, he moved on to join a special forces unit, though at the time of Call of Duty: Warzone the character joined up with the Warcom faction.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone are currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Morte is also currently available for the price of 2,400 CP or approximately $19.99. Let us know your thoughts on the latest addition to the list of Operators in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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